Boots and Roots at River Farm meets Mondays and Fridays 9-12 pm. The program creates the opportunity for children, aged four through six, to engage with Virginia’s rich local flora and fauna. This three-hour, all-outdoor program combines active exploration of the natural world with literature, literacy, science, music, art, and Biblical content. The “delight-driven” emergent curriculum offers social, artistic, academic, relational, spiritual, and physical learning, based both on teacher-initiated and child-initiated goals and activities. The program is held on the American Horticultural Society’s stunning 25-acre property located along the Potomac River, just south of Old Town Alexandria, Virginia.
|Resources:||Local Homeschool Co-op|
|Website:||Boots and Roots at River Farm|
|Location:||River Farm, 7931 E Boulevard Dr, Alexandria, VA 22308, USA|
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